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Did you know that one of the best ways to ride more efficiently is to use clipless pedals and compatible cycling shoes? They work as a system, connecting your feet to the pedals so that you can apply power throughout the entire pedal stroke, not just when you’re pushing down. They’re easy and fun to use too. We have a wide selection in both our Lexington/Mansfield and Mount Vernon location and would enjoy helping you go clipless!
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Practice Before Riding Clipless – When you upgrade to clipless pedals, don’t immediately hit the road or trail. Instead, spend fifteen minutes or so getting used to the entry and release action of the pedals. To do this, just straddle the bike and click your right foot in and out many times. Then repeat with your left foot. The idea is to train the muscle memory so that when you’re actually riding, your feet will move the right way when you need to get them out of the pedals. A little practice before you ride goes a long way towards preventing a fall.
(Say: quad - ri - ceps) - The large muscles on the front of the thighs.
You have a bike, you’ve been riding, and are ready to test out longer distances…perhaps try a group ride or even register for the Pedal to the Point MS150. Before you commit to a full day of riding, don’t forget to bring fuel and hydration on your journey!
Your body needs calories to regulate temperature, to keep your heart, brain and lungs working, and to fuel your legs to power through. The cliche “you are what you eat” rings true. Based on my stupidity and experiences as a casual bike rider and commuter, this is where I make most of my mistakes. Sometimes it’s not the strength, endurance, mental focus, bike weight, or even technical skills keeping you from your best. It’s about feeding yourself properly and timely.
Everyone is different, your nutrition needs will differ from day to day. In general, eating and drinking on the bike goes like this:
Y-Not Cycling stocks up on Nuun, Hammer, Skratch, CLIF, Honey Stinger, and Gu products. Come by and fuel up.